The Miami Dolphins stink again, and were embarrassed by the Jets at Wembley Stadium, setting the stage for a Joe Philbin firing.

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Rex Ryan and the Bills lost at home to the lowly Giants. His team was penalized 17 times for 135 yards, but in his post game presser, Ryan refused to admit that penalties have become a glaring problem.

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Patriots WR Danny Amendola joined the show to talk about shaking off the rust, and how much bad football Coach Belichick found in the teams play during the time off.

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Patriots WR Julian Edelman joined the show to discuss how the team uses him in the offense. He bristled at the notion that he doesn't "fit the size requirement" to be an receiver in the NFL. Christian pushed Edelman to elaborate on how Coach Belichick guides his players to stay out of trouble during the bye week.

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If you’ve been here before, you know there are few things I enjoy more than I enjoy a good mashup. The new “Star Wars” reboot plus the classics of the Disney studios that now owns the whole far, far away galaxy? Yes, please. It’s the mashup that had to happen.



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The Yankees‘ postseason hopes were dealt a blow Monday when pitcher CC Sabathia announced that he is checking into an alcohol rehabilitation center and will not participate in the playoffs.

“Today I am checking myself into an alcohol rehabilitation center to receive the professional care and assistance needed to treat my disease,” Sabathia said in a statement released through the Yankees. “I love baseball and I love my teammates like brothers, and I am also fully aware that I am leaving at a time when we should all be coming together for one last push toward the World Series.

“It hurts me deeply to do this now, but I owe it to myself and to my family to get myself right. I want to take control of my disease, and I want to be a better man, father and player.

“I want to thank the New York Yankees organization for their encouragement and understanding. Their support gives me great strength and has allowed me to move forward with this decision with a clear mind.”

The Yankees host the Astros on Tuesday in the American League wild card game. Masahiro Tanaka is scheduled to start that game. Should New York win, Luis Severino and Michael Pineda are expected to pitch in the American League Division Series, with perhaps Adam Warren inserted into the rotation in place of Sabathia.

Sabathia, who was just 6-10 with a 4.73 ERA in 29 starts this season, said he plans to return to the team next season.

“As difficult as this decision is to share publicly, I don’t want to run and hide,” Sabathia said in the statement. “But for now please respect my family’s need for privacy as we work through this challenge together.

“Being an adult means being accountable. Being a baseball player means that others look up to you. I want my kids — and others who may have become fans of mine over the years — to know that I am not too big of a man to ask for help. I want to hold my head up high, have a full heart and be the type of person again that I can be proud of. And that’s exactly what I am going to do.

“I am looking forward to being out on the field with my team next season playing the game that brings me so much happiness.”

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For the WinOn Sunday, following the Indianapolis Colts‘€™ 16-13 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, three female reporters were denied entry into the locker room to talk to players so they could write about the game, or in other words do their jobs. Because they were women.

This happened in the year 2015.

Graham Watson of Yahoo! and Joey Chandler of Tuscaloosa News (who, ironically enough, were in town for an Associated Press Sports Editors diversity weekend) both tweeted about the incident, saying that they were barred by an usher who had this to offer as a reason: “you know how guys are.”

Eventually, a couple of Watson and Chandler’€™s male contemporaries were able to help them gain access.

It is with a heavy heart that I report this today. As I told the guys on Dale & Holley when they questioned me about having Lucy the Intern on my podcast, I am all about empowering women. Whether it’s promoting women to positions of power or giving them a forum to talk about their rules for sending nude photos to allowing them equal access to locker rooms, I stand for nothing if not the cause of gender equality. Not to blow my own horn, but who around here celebrated the heroism of a brave Swedish porn star who risked her life to stop a bullfight? I did. It’s just how I roll.

So I’m shocked — shocked! — that in this day and age some of my sisters in this struggle would be discriminated against so callously. But I also have to recognize the organization that is responsible. The Indianapolis Colts aren’t as progressive and enlightened as the rest of us. This, after all, is the same team that covered up for Marvin Harrison when his gun was used in shooting incidents, ditched Peyton Manning the second he got injured, intentionally tanked a season in order to draft Andrew Luck, and set up an elaborate hoax about the inflation of footballs to distract from the fact they can’t put a competitive game together when they face the Patriots. What more can we expect from the Colts? A team whose owner who had a mistress die under suspicious circumstances and drives around high as a lab rat with tens of thousands of dollars in small bills on his person is not exactly the sort of person one turns to when one is looking for female empowerment.

Then again, knowing it was the Colts, they might have just assumed Graham Watson and Joey Chandler were their under Bill Belichick‘s orders to bug the locker room. Now we’re left to wonder if they’re going to hang a “Bullying Women 2015 Finalists” banner from the RCA Dome.


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